kakabit, kasabay, kapanabay, kaugnay, kasama
Noun(1) an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
Adjective(1) occurring with or following as a consequence
(1) The only way intelligent futures are to be realised is by ensuring that influence in one sphere does not mean concomitant influence in other spheres.(2) Botulinum toxin, however, appears to be the catalyst and the cornerstone of any combination or concomitant treatments.(3) The expression of this gene is associated with concomitant changes in cysteine protease activity of the petals.(4) Nor have changes in policy and orientation been accompanied by concomitant changes in legislation.(5) One concern she has is that the increased stress on the rights of citizens creates a perception that foreign powers have a duty or concomitant right to uphold them.(6) Valerian also inhibits the enzyme-induced breakdown of GABA in the brain, with concomitant sedation.(7) Romanticism and the political reforms concomitant with liberal thought changed this situation to some extent.(8) For example, concomitant complaints of limb weakness suggest the presence of neurologic or connective tissue disease.(9) In common with many other provincial towns in the Republic, there has been a heavy emphasis on housing, with little concomitant amenity provision.(10) One of the central clinical problems in the older alcoholic is the potential for addiction and concomitant withdrawal symptoms.(11) Gone is the image of haunted faces, enslaved to drug-addiction and the many vices concomitant with this curse.(12) They are often associated with inhalational injury and other concomitant trauma.(13) A presumptive diagnosis can be made quickly based on symptoms and concomitant laboratory results.(14) Well, yes, it is, but there is no concomitant responsibility to the audience when something gets popular.(15) There is, naturally, some concomitant friction in the house, and distress.(16) Host factors, such as age, disease severity, concomitant drugs, and disease etiology, can affect responses.
1. attendant ::
2. accompanying ::
4. related ::
5. connected ::
6. resultant ::
nanggaling na puwersa
7. consequent ::
8. accompaniment ::
9. co-occurrence ::
10. attendant ::
Different Formsconcomitant, concomitantly, concomitants
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